A strange battle of sexual and racial politics is brewing at Canada’s largest university. On Sept. 2, the board of directors of the University of Toronto’s student council will decide whether to forbid the family-planning advocacy group Planned Parenthood from passing out pamphlets on birth control, AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases in freshman-orientation packages.
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